Having returned to Italy after spending nearly two months in his luxury home on the Portuguese island of Madeira, Juventus superstar Cristiano Ronaldo has now reportedly entered a two-week quarantine period.
According to a report in The National, the 35-year-old and his family landed back in Italy on Monday night following a two-month stay in Madeira.
Ronaldo, his partner and children spent the past 60 days in his luxury house in his homeland amid the coronavirus outbreak after he was allowed permission to spend lockdown back home with his mother.
The forward has now returned to Turin, but will now reportedly spend the next 14 days in quarantine as is procedure upon re-entering Italy.
After a Serie A clash with Inter Milan, Ronaldo had flown out to Madeira to be close to his mother after she had suffered a stroke.
With players now being allowed to train individually, Juve have recalled 10 players from overseas ahead of an expected return to full training sessions later this month.
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